by Tommaso Dorigo

Are you going to be in the Hamburg (Germany) area on July 7th? Then mark the date! The AMVA4NewPhysics and INSIGHTS ITN networks have jointly organized, with the collaboration of the DESY laboratories and the Yandex school of machine learning, a public lecture titled “Artificial Intelligence: past, present, and future“. The lecturer is Prof. Pierre Baldi, from the Center for Machine Learning at the University of California Irvine.
The venue is the auditorium (horsaal) of the Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DESY) laboratories, just west of the center of Hamburg, at Notkestrasse 85. The event starts at 5PM.

The program of the afternoon includes music by a violin and piano duo before and after the lecture; the performers are Sabina Bakholdina and Olga Krzefski. Baldi’s lecture will be complemented by a round table discussion on machine learning and particle physics. Participants to the round table include Baldi, Prof. Glen Cowan, Dr. Andrey Ustyuzhanin, and myself. The moderator is Dr. Isabel Melzer-Pellmann. The event will finish with refreshments for all participants.

There is no admission fee, but in order to ensure your participation you should reserve a spot by visiting the event web site, .

Please share this information with whomever is interested, and see you at DESY!